Around The Net In Ten Posts – Monday June 11, 2012

Here is what I am reading:

  1. How the FDIC can curb banks’ reckless speculation (The Big Picture)
  2. I Ruined the Dollar (David Beckworth)
  3. A Mind Made Up (David Warsh)
  4. Credit ratings: how Fitch, Moody’s and S&P rate each country (The Guardian)
  5. Startups Deserve Tax-Free, Reg-Free Incubation Period (Bloomberg)
  6. U.S. debt load falling at fastest pace since 1950s (MarketWatch)
  7. Building risks in Poland (FT/Alphaville)
  8. Is it Better to Be Active or Passive When Investing in Emerging Markets? (Minyanville)
  9. The Chinese Kleptocracy Is Like Nothing Ever Seen In Human History, And This Is  How It Works (Business Insider)
  10. The problem of subordination (The Economist)

What are you reading?

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